Since they started filling the pub's 16 taps with their own beers, the brewers at the Clifton Hill Brewing have been rotating through all manner of beers: malty reds, big IPAs, barrel-aged beers, fruit sours and so on. But pubs still need a lager for those who don't want to take their palate on an adventure, and this is theirs.
Having said that, if you wanted to take your palate on a journey to Munich, you could do far worse than use this helles-style lager, which immediately conjures the region's beer halls. It's highly drinkable and full-flavoured at once, with the everyday drinker providing a floral and spiced noble hop notes, sweeter tones of biscuit from the malt, and a lean, softly bitter finish.
- Munich Helles